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Farm Hands Quartet to perform in Shadyside

October 27, 2011
Times Leader

Nashville - One of the most exciting bluegrass gospel groups in America, featuring two long time veterans of Nashville's Grand Ole Opry is coming to Shadyside.

The Farm Hands Quartet, from Nashville, Tennessee will be in concert Sunday evening, October 30, 6:30 p.m., at New Life Fellowship Church, 365 West 36th Street in Shadyside.

The exciting Farm Hands Quartet consists of four experienced, gifted musicians and vocalists and features two award winning musicians and long time Grand Ole Opry performers, Daryl Mosley and Tim Graves.

Singing and playing bass is multi-award winning singer/songwriter Daryl Mosley. For over a decade, Daryl was the leader of the award winning bluegrass gospel group, New Tradition. As a songwriter, Daryl has several #1 songs and awards to his credit, including writing a former southern gospel Song of the Year, '(Ask the Blind Man) He Saw It All'. Daryl just finished his tenth year performing as a part of the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville.

Singing and playing the dobro is Grammy award winner Tim Graves. Tim has over 3 decades of professional music under his belt, including 20 years as part of world famous Grand Ole Opry. Tim has toured extensively across the U.S. with his own group, and is the reining Dobro Player of the Year in bluegrass music, a distinction he has held for 5 straight years.

On the acoustic guitar is Jody Elmore. Jody is an extremely talented musician who is comfortable on several different instruments, but plays primarily guitar with the Farm Hands. Jody has been playing bluegrass professionally for several years and is a fine singer as well.

From Alabama, on the 5 string banjo is Devon Avery. Devon is one of the finest young banjo players in bluegrass music today. He is full of energy and personality, as well as being an excellent vocalist.

The concert featuresboth new songs as well as gospel classics. There is no admission charge.

For more information, contact the church, or the group's website;



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